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# Tuesday 28th April

## Hello. It's Tuesday 28th April.

Start the day with a jazzy tune

Click below to listen and join in with the Supermovers and recap on English skills at the same time!

## Look at my carrot top. It has grown a bit more!

Maths

Starter

Today we are going to practise subtracting small numbers. This may seem easy but it is also easy to make careless mistakes. Remember subtract means  , How many do I have left when I take some away?

5 - 3 =            9 - 3 =

6 - 1 =             7 - 4 =

7 - 7 =            6 - 5 =

6 - 2 =            8 - 7 =

7 - 5 =            4 - 3 =

8 - 4 =            10 - 9 =

6 - 3 =            9 - 7 =

Main part of maths lesson      ÷

Today we are going to continue our work on division. We are going to use tens to help us solve questions with a multiple of ten. I have included some pictures and a voice clip to help you before you start the work. So look at the pictures as you listen to the voice clip. I hope it helps you.

## Listen to the maths lesson as you look at the pictures.

Questions

30 ÷ 3 =

60 ÷ 2 =

40 ÷ 4 =

80 ÷ 2 =

80 ÷ 4 =

90 ÷ 3 =

100 ÷ 2 =

Extra challenge

Is it possible to work out 30 ÷ 2 in the same way?

Talk about it with a grown-up.

Could you draw something to explain your thinking?

English

1. Handwriting

Complete page 25 of the handwriting booklet.

Remember to trace the word then copy it 3 times, neatly and carefully.

Try and use a sharp pencil.

2. For the next part of our lesson we are going to continue with the online English lesson from yesterday. Today we are learning about the meaning of words in a text. So click on the link below , make sure that you have got your exercise book and pencil ready.

Today I would like you to read a book from Oxford Owl.

Click on the link below to go to Oxford Owl.

Then go to bookshelf

choose ages 6 - 7   or 7 - 9

Skittle science

On Friday I put a list of things you will need this week.

One of the things was a packet of skittles.

Don't worry if you haven't got any , you can do this activity another day. It is good fun and interesting to watch.

Watch the short clip below to find out what to do.

As you carry out the skittle task talk about what you observe and why you think this happens? Are there any scieintific words you can use to help you with your explaining?

I'd love to see some photos of your skittle work!

Tip - I have found it works better with warm water!

## Miss Shepherd's skittle science results.

Here are the answers to the names of the plants and flowers that I saw on my walk. (pictures on Monday's page)

1. Buttercup
2. Daisy
3.  Holly
4.  Thistle
5.  Goose grass (the sticky plant)
6.  Cow parsley
7.  Ivy
8.  Reeds
9.  Moss
10.  Bluebells
11.  Well that was a cow pat that I nearly stood in!